The interment rumor machine is always hard at work, and rumors about upcoming devices are still popular. A new series of renders which showcase the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will disappoint a large number of fans since it reinforces a popular rumor. It seems that Samsung has decided to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack. The Bixby button has also disappeared into thin air, but no one will likely miss it.
Some sources claimed that Samsung plans to eradicate the physical buttons, but it seems that will not be the case. The CAD-based renders were leaked by a source which enjoys an excellent reputation.
One of the most remarkable details comes in the form of a punch-hole camera placed in the middle of the upper area of the display, a change which is quite impressive in comparison to the position of the camera on the S10 series. The overall look of the display suggests an industrial look, with the sides and the rear being black.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders revealed that the device would lack a 3.5mm headphone jack
The triple camera setup is visible on the rear of the device, on par with the alternatives offered by the competition. Eagle-eyed users suggest that the camera setup seems quite similar to the one used on the Huawei P30 Pro. There is no sign of a fingerprint sensor, and the absence infers that Samsung will opt for an in-display version.
A close look at the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders suggests that the screen will feature more prominent curves on the side, but at this point, it is hard to tell. It’s clear that Samsung strived to remove the bezels. The only bezels present on the device are located on the top and bottom of the device, and they are quite slim.
It is thought that the Bixby Button will be replaced by a feature similar to the active-edge used by Google Pixel devices, which allow Samsung Galaxy Note 10 users to activate the assistant by using a squeeze gesture.
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